Mathletic’s EP ‘Inside Nosie’ makes being sad sound pretty good. That’s pretty much the main takeaway from their breathtaking second release…

The Sheffield/Hull two piece have had a busy few months, we’re still not sure where Oliver (Vocals & Guitar) and Josh (Vocals & Drums) found the time to record ‘Inside Noise’.

They’ve been writing, travelling, supporting some BIG bands  (Tall Ships & Arcane Roots) as well as working on their other projects, such as Oliver’s other band, My Only, who recently toured Europe with Polar.

Anyway, here it is… In all its glory. Three tracks, eight minutes and 517495619374 vocal harmonies.

It’s that perfect mix of indie, with twinkle-emo, that we’ve come to love over the years, however this doesn’t just slump into the genre with is predecessors.

Mathletic’s use of gang chants, hand claps, shouty and soft backing vocals, heavy riffs and emotionally charged lyrics come together to create something distinctively different from the norm, something that can be especially hard to find in Yorkshire.

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